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PostPosted: Wed Dec 17, 2008 9:09 pm 
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Construction Of 144 Homes To Start In 2009


December 17th 2008, Aruba.



SAN NICOLAS-The Minister of Education and Infrastructure, Marisol Lopez Tromp signed an
agreement for the transfer of 68,000 square meters of land in San Nicolas to FCCA (Home
Foundation for the Aruban Community). FCCA will construct 144 homes for the lower income
households on the large plot of land.

The project will be divided into three phases. Phase one calls for the construction of roads and 50
homes. Construction of phase one will start in 2009 and will take 11 months to complete.

Phase two calls for the construction of 73 homes which will start in the latter part of 2009, and will
take 15 months to complete. In phase three, 21 homes will be constructed. Phase three will start
at the beginning of 2010, and will take 6 months to complete.

Minister Lopez Tromp is convinced that the construction of low income homes is important to
balance the economic development of all individuals on the island. In addition the construction of
homes for the social class is necessary to improve the quality of life for households with a lower
income.














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